Cori Gauff, the teen sensation of the Wimbledon who qualified as the youngest player in the history of the Wimbledon took the world by surprise after the shocking win over 5-time Wimbledon champion Venus Williams by straights sets.
15 years old Coco is 24 years younger as compared to her veteran opponent but the youngster still played like a veteran tennis player to win the match on One Court by 6-4 and 6-4.
Even before Gauff was born, Venus had won her 7 Grand Slam title but in this battle of generations, it was Gauff who came out successful.
Gauff, after her victory, said that she does not know how to feel after she defeated one of her tennis idols. She said, “I never thought that this would happen. I am literally living my best dream and not many people have the chance to say that.”
Gauff who earlier reached the final of the 2017 US Open‘s girl singles at age 13 was the youngest finalist to do so.
In her match against Venus, she showed amazing speed, course, and poise on a big stage to defeat one of the greatest woman players that the game has ever seen.
As for the former world rank no. 1 Naomi Osaka she also fell to a shocking first radon defeat at hands of Yulia Putintseva by 7-6 and 6-2.